Southeast Queer Resource Center
- Location: MTH 149 (closed during remote operations)
- Hours: Virtual room M & Th: 2-4pm; staff available by appointment
- Southeast QRC Coordinator: Nico Judd (they/them)
- Email: email@example.com
- Zoom: Virtual Help in MyPCC (find the QRC under Student Life)
- Chat: Virtual Help in MyPCC (find the QRC under Student Life)
- Social media: Find us on Instagram, Facebook
We’ve gone digital!
Spotlight on PCC’s Queer and Trans Students
One of our very own former SE QRC Student Advocates, Dakota Abercrombie, has put together a series of interviews entitled, “Student Profile Stories- What it is Like Being a LGBTQ+ Student at PCC During a Global Pandemic.”
QRC Community Agreements
Click here to read our Remote QRC Community Agreements that guide engagement in our Virtual Room.
One-on-one crisis support
For queer and trans-identifying students who are in need of support navigating emotional, social, academic, and challenges, the QRC is here for you.
Contact us to schedule a 30-minute video or phone appointment today:
- Nico Judd (they/them)
LGBTQ+ quarantine resource list
There are many different resource lists floating around right now, but the awesome SE QRC staff has compiled a list of resources specifically for the LGBTQ+ community here in the Portland Metro area. Feel free to send any new resources suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The QRC is dedicated to:
- Advising, advocacy, mentorship, and support for LGBTQ-identified students
- Development of student knowledge and leadership skills
- Promotion of awareness and visibility for the LGBTQ community on campus
- Providing networking and social opportunities for the LGBTQ and allied campus community
- Training students, staff, and faculty about gender and sexual equity, in order to foster a welcoming and inclusive campus environment
- Advocating for change in policies, practices, and procedures across the campus to be more equitable to LGBTQ individuals
What will you find in the QRC?
A safe space to hang out and be yourself, free computer use, free coffee, tea and snacks, queer books and magazines to read, monthly movie nights, queer-related events, supportive peer advocates and staff (who can talk with you about anything from coming out to how to be a better ally to your queer friends), family and community, safer sex supplies, leadership opportunities, referrals to all campus resources (such as career advising, counseling, and more.)